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Take a journey around the world with the GAC and learn more about the contexts in which our works are displayed
There are so many ways to discover this unusual collection.
Works of art from the Collection are particularly well represented in New York City. The displays show the wide span of the Collection, from portraits and landscapes by 17th-century painters to works by several of Britain’s leading contemporary artists.
Why the Government has an art collection, what it collects and why the Collection is spread across the world.
Barbara Hepworth’s ‘Conoid, Sphere and Hollow II’ features in the first monographic exhibition in Paris dedicated to the leading British sculptor, opening at the Musée Rodin on 5 November 2019.
The role of the Advisory Committee is to approve the acquisition and commission of works of art and to advise on the policy and stewardship of the Collection. See who the current members are.
Discover interesting and quirky facts about artworks within the Collection.
The story of not just one but three British Embassies in Germany and the art that has been displayed in them.
The British Ambassador’s Residence in Vienna opened in 1875. It has the distinction of being one of the earliest buildings constructed for that purpose which remains in use as a British Ambassador’s Residence.
Works from the Collection are regularly on the move. Find out about what’s needed to make this happen and the job mission of the art works themselves